Not sure where to post this but as I'm asking for suggestions for an actual object that can literally be hardware, thought this was the best place. Mods, feel free to move if necessary. For nearly 20 years I've had issues using my gaming rig for extended periods, mainly right shoulder & neck pains that start after ~90mins of solid use that can take hours to clear. I put it down to overuse (like sitting too close to a CRT TV) and thought nothing more of it. However, having had a proper laptop for the last 5 years that's been my go to for anything that isn't gaming has made it obvious that something else was going on, as it's not an issue when using my laptop, well, on my lap (which is 99+% of the time). I've spent the last 3 weeks on a temporary contract spending 9 of 10 hours in front of a 19" monitor, but being placed on the PC (an SFF Kaby lake i5 with SSD no less) has made a massive difference, with no problems at all. And thinking back to my previous job which I was at for over 8 years, I also don't remember having any problems. I've now worked out what's going on - my monitor for my gaming rig is simply too low, despite being a U2410 with the height adjustment set to maximum elevation. Looking down at the middle of the display is the cause, eye level is pretty close to the top edge of the monitor. Partly posting this as a reminder that posture is clearly something to keep in mind and that the middle of the monitor should be at eye level... …but I'm also interested in recommendations or monitor stands that anyone may have used, as I clearly need to do something to raise my monitor and want something that's a permanent fix. I can't use my PC for it (the loaded Antec 1200 will probably break my desk for starters) so I'm looking for a stand - I think I'll need 6-8" of extra elevation to sort the problem out. Looking at keeping it down to £20-30 - my desk is beech wood but wouldn't have any issue with black plastic. Adjustable height would be a bonus. Recommendations/suggestions?